Manor Cottage is situated in the attractive village of Swaby in the Lincolnshire Wolds, an Area of Outstanding Beauty. Set in the mature garden of Swaby Manor House, the cottage looks out on to a peaceful valley with a fishing lake visited by many birds, including swans and the hunting ground of a barn owl.
The cottage sleeps 2 or 4 and has
- a bedroom with a double bed
- a shower room with a step-free shower
- the fully equipped kitchen is fitted with plentiful cupboards, a fridge-freezer, washing machine, gas cooker and combination microwave
- the sitting area contains a settee which converts into a fully sprung double bed, with drawers and hanging clothes storage.
- there are television, video and radio with tape and cd player
- a sun lounge looking onto the garden.
The roof beams throughout the cottage came from a local church which was being demolished and are mentioned in Pevsner. The cottage was converted from stables to be used by Beth’s disabled parents and is suitable for an accompanied wheelchair user.
Heating is by night storage heater with an electric stove in the sitting room. The instant water heater is fuelled by gas. Parking is off-road. Visitors have full use of the garden and summer house. Meals can be provided on request.